Oregon"s bottle bill

the 1979 report. by Oregon. Recycling Information Office.

Publisher: State of Oregon Dept. of Environmental Quality, Recycling Information Office in Portland, Or

Written in English
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  • Beverage containers -- Recycling -- Law and legislation -- Oregon.
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LC ClassificationsKFO2759.R3 A876
The Physical Object
Pagination9, 5 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4241202M
LC Control Number80621927

  Oregon Bottle Bill Commemorative Sculpture by Lillian Pitt and the Hildes Unveiled in Oregon’s Capital By Pat Case. Dec. 20, Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett recently kicked off the dedication of a new public sculpture called Good Cents, which commemorates Oregon’s landmark environmental legislation, commonly referred to as the Oregon. The Oregon Bottle Bill as originally passed (Chapter , Oregon Laws ) specified that the minimum deposit was 5 cents, except for beverage containers that were certified (by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission or OLCC) to be resuable by more than one manufacturer. The certified reusable bottles only required a 2-cent minimum deposit. BottleDrop is the easiest way to collect the refund value on bottles and cans purchased in Oregon. With our clean, spacious, and fully-staffed indoor facilities, an expanding network of locations, and our easy to use BottleDrop account, we make returning your bottles and cans and collecting your refund easy, clean, and convenient. That's good news for Oregon jobs and the the Bottle Bill passed back in , no one imagined things like energy drinks being mass distributed in plastic bottles.

The Oregon Beach Bill (House Bill , ) was a piece of landmark legislation in the U.S. state of Oregon, passed by the session of the Oregon established public ownership of land along the Oregon Coast from the water . Filled with 86 proof whiskey, this ml bottle was very limited in its release with only a few thousand cases produced. These were sold without a box or hang tag and only in the state of Oregon, making this bottle very difficult for the average collector to obtain. Excerpt above provides a small sample of the information found in the book. Container-deposit legislation (also known as a deposit-refund system, bottle bill, or deposit-return system) is any law that requires the collection of a monetary deposit on beverage containers (refillable or non-refillable) at the point of sale and/or the payment of refund value to the the container is returned to an authorized redemption center, or retailer in .

Oregon"s bottle bill by Oregon. Recycling Information Office. Download PDF EPUB FB2

About the Bottle Bill Oregon’s Bottle Bill establishes laws that require stores and distributors to accept certain empty beverage containers and pay a cent refund value for each container. All stores under 5, square feet in size must accept container returns.

Oregon's bottle bill: a riproaring success (OSPIRG reports) [John F Savage] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John F Savage. Oregon's bottle bill: An overview (Research monograph / Legislative Research) [Melanie Zermer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Melanie Zermer.

Oregon's Bottle Bill Two Years Later [Don Waggoner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Don Waggoner. The economic impact of Oregon's Bottle bill [Charles M Gudger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Charles M Gudger. Starting in the New Year, Oregonians will have a slightly expanded menu of redeemable product types eligible for redemption under the Oregon Bottle Bill.

The seven-member panel of the Oregon. under Oregon’s Bottle Bill to a store, then the store charges a cent deposit when it sells those beverages to a customer. When a customer returns the empty containers Oregons bottle bill book. Bottle bill expansion The majority of beverages sold in 4-ounce to liter glass, metal or plastic containers will be included in the expanded list of items that have a cent container refund.

A: Yes. The beverages covered under the Bottle Bill expansion will only have a refund value if they are in sealed glass, metal, or plastic bottles or cans in sizes from 4 ounces up to and including liters. Beverages in cartons, foil pouches, drink boxes, and metal containers that require a tool to be opened are exempt even if they would.

New book on Oregon's Bottle Bill "The story of Oregon’s landmark environmental legislation of the late s and early '70s has been told many times but a new book offers a fresh perspective from a man who was at the front line of crafting these first-in-the-nation laws.".

Brief History of the Bottle Bill - Bottle Bill signed into law - Bottled water added - BottleDrop Redemption Center pilot begins - Increase to 10 cent deposit – Expansion, expected 40% increase in container volume.

Oregon Bottle Collectors Association (OBCA) is a non-profit organization devoted to the collecting, researching, and preserving of old bottles, jars, and related items.

The Oregon Bottle Bill is a container-deposit legislation passed in the U.S. state of Oregon in and amended in and It requires applicable beverages in applicable sizes in glass, plastic or metal cans or bottles sold in Oregon to be returnable with a minimum refund value (10 cents as of July 1, ).Enacted by: 56th Oregon Legislative Assembly.

Get this from a library. Oregon's bottle bill: the first six months. [Eileen Claussen; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.; United States.

Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Waste Management Division.; United States.

Office of Solid Waste.]. New book on Oregon's Bottle Bill. Submitted by AOR. 30 Dec "The story of Oregon’s landmark environmental legislation of the late s and early '70s has been told many times but a new book offers a fresh perspective from a man who was at the front line of crafting these first-in-the-nation laws.".

Bottle Bill & Beverage Container Redemption Centers The OLCC will not issue stores a notice of violation for not accepting empty beverage containers returns through BottleDrop redemption centers, operated by the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative (OBRC).

Calls for a bottle bill expansion in New York also grew louder prior to the COVID pandemic. A study released late last year indicated that expanding New York's program to wine and liquor bottles would increase those items' recycling values by 65% and eliminate low-value material from MRFs.

However, it could also cost the state's more. BottleDrop is presented by the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative (OBRC). It’s the fastest, easiest, and cleanest way to get your Oregon beverage container refund. Learn more about BottleDrop’s impact on the OBRC website.

Average amount refunded to BottleDrop account holders in Save up or easily get a cash refund. Oregon Bottle Bill changes, additions coming in new year PORTLAND, Ore.

Starting in the New Year, Oregonians will have a slightly expanded menu of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gudger, Charles M.

Economic impact of Oregon's "Bottle bill". Corvallis: Oregon State University: Distributed by Oregon. Oregon Food Bank needs our support. During the month of May, BottleDrop is accepting bottle or can donations for Oregon Food Bank. Learn how to donate.

The Bottle Bill Resource Guide is an ongoing project of the Container Recycling Institute, dedicated to providing comprehensive information about beverage container deposit laws. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

InOregon recycled 90% of items covered by the Oregon Bottle Bill, according to the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative. The law works like this: a distributor charges a cent deposit on.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waggoner, Don. Oregon's bottle bill two years later. [Portland?]: Columbia Group Press, (OCoLC) A comparative analysis of the impact on social welfare of Oregon's Bottle Bill and Washington's Model Litter Control Act [Ralph Bakkensen] on *FREE* shipping on.

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is temporarily removing certain dairy and plant-based containers from the Bottle Bill system until a workable. A note on bottle books: Like with all collectibles and antiques, good advice is always to "Buy the book before the bottle." Knowledge is power and even safety (of your money) when dealing with any collectible - bottles even more so than many other fields of collecting because of the incredible diversity of historic bottles.

Dozens of bills were passed by Oregon legislators inmany of which take effect on January 1st, Some impact drivers, shoppers, employees and employers; others aim to protect the planet. Putting accountability in Oregon's Bottle Bill Representative Dembrow is serving his first term in the Oregon Legislature representing House District 45 (NE Portland, the City of Maywood Park, and Parkrose).He serves on four House committees: Education (Vice-Chair), Health Care, Human Services, and Workforce Development.

ByMcCall was all in on the bottle bill. When it was debated in the Oregon legislature, it was the target of some of the most intense lobbying of any bill in state history. The bill passed, and took effect in October of Oregon became the first state in the union to have such a bill.Oregon adopted the bottle bill in as a litter-control measure, becoming the first state to require deposits.

The Legislature added water and flavored-water bottles to .The bottle bill of the future: Oregon’s landmark law is due for an update (Editorial) The Register-Guard. April 9, ; Oregon Politics Roundup: Sippy cups, bottle bill, K budget, solar panels The Oregonian.

April 8, ; Bill would expand Oregon's bottle bill: Redemption centers and cent deposit part of proposal Statesman Journal.